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The API portal is up at api.projectplace.com. With each release we try to open up more apis.

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I fully agree!

Especially with the inability to access PP with another mode than the webpage - like WebDav, SFTP, SCP, etc. (which would be scriptable - and you could drink a coffee and would not mind if it would be slow) - right now you HAVE to wait until the webpage is fully loaded until you can continue working.

That's why I am downloading my projects as ZIP file every now and then - otherwise I would get old waiting ;)

Maybe someone from PP can explain why alternative access (like WebDav etc.) is not implemented?

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Great to hear this! This will smooth Projectplace usage a lot!

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How does a new API speed up the browsing of folders? I don't understand. :)

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It lets you develop your own solution for synching in the background if that is what you want. We are also using several acceleration services to ensure that the data does not get stuck in bottlenecks on the internet.

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The API portal is up at api.projectplace.com. With each release we try to open up more apis.

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So to fix the slow folder browsing I need to develop my own syncing solution? Why not just update the folder/file interface to something up to date? Reloading the entire page everytime you click something doesn't exactly help with the speed.

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No, the apis are an option for those who want different ways of working with Projectplace. We are also continuously looking into different ways of improving the user experience. And speed is definitely a big part of that.

Best regards,
Karolina

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